More Athletes Seek NCAA Concussion Settlement Benefits

Athletes in supposedly non-contact sports are seeking the extension of the NCAA concussion class action lawsuit settlement for players in sports like baseball, softball and others, arguing that while there is not the same high risk for injury as for football players,… Read More »

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Onfi Skin Reactions Lead to FDA Warning, Lawsuits

Throughout the country there have been an increasing number of class action law firms accepting Onfi Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) claims. Lawyers are encouraging patients affected by this devastating condition to seek legal counsel to see whether or not they have a... Read More »

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Calif. Almond Breeze Class Action Decertified by Judge

A statewide Blue Diamond Almond Breeze class action lawsuit was decertified on Dec. 15 by a California federal judge, ruling that the lead plaintiff failed to provide the court with an accurate damages model. The Almond Breeze class action lawsuit claims that… Read More »

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Mirena IUD Lawsuit: Migration Led to Bowel Adhesions

A Florida couple is suing Bayer Pharmaceuticals for the injuries the wife allegedly suffered from its Mirena IUD product. Samantha C. and her husband Joseph claim in their Mirena IUD lawsuit that as a direct result of using this product, Samantha experienced significant pain and suffering from... Read More »

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Kaiser Permanente Settles Robocall Lawsuit for $5.35M

A judge has signed off on a preliminary settlement agreement between healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente and some 864,000 former customers who allegedly received unsolicited cell phone calls and messages after canceling their health insurance plans with the company. The pre-recorded messages encouraged the... Read More »

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Whole Foods, Others Hit With Class Action Over Fresh Bread

Whole Foods, Inc., Acme Markets, Inc., and Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. were each hit with false advertising class action lawsuits by the same three New Jersey residents alleging that they have deceived their customers by claiming they make fresh bread in the… Read More »

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Protective Order Issued In Johnson’s Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuit

A U.S. magistrate judge has issued a protective order in a case involving allegations that Johnson's Baby Powder caused a woman to develop ovarian cancer, indicating that the lawsuit will continue despite Johnson & Johnson's attempts to dismiss it. The Johnson's Baby Powder lawsuit, filed... Read More »

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Goodyear Tire Hit with Asbestos Lung Cancer Lawsuit

  A deceased Texas man’s family is suing Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company alleging that the lung cancer that took his life was a result of his direct exposure to hazardous asbestos particles during his job. Joycelyn F., the wife of deceased Edward... Read More »

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Chrysler, Ford, Mazda Expand Takata Airbag Recall

The Takata airbag recall is affecting more automakers as Chrysler, Ford and Mazda have announced they are expanding their recall of passenger-side airbags in certain regions due to reports that they can explode in hot, humid conditions, sending plastic and metal shrapnel into... Read More »

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Bridgestone Settles Wage and Hour Class Action for $3M

Final approval of a $3 million California wage and hour class action settlement has been granted. Bridgestone agreed to pay up to $3.125 million to settle with a statewide Class of automobile technicans who allege the popular tire retailer violated California labor... Read More »

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Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit Hits Ethicon Over Complications

A vaginal mesh lawsuit has been filed against Ethicon Inc., a Johnson & Johnson medical device subsidiary, by a Georgia resident who alleges she sustained a personal injury after she was implanted with the Prolift vaginal mesh product. On Oct. 28, plaintiff... Read More »

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Viagra Usage Linked to Melanoma

A study published in the peer-reviewed medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine showed a possible link between Viagra use and an increased risk of developing melanoma skin cancer. The study looked at 25,000 men who participated in an earlier Health Professionals Follow-up Study,... Read More »

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